Commercial, Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Industrial - July 8, 2020
2020 Better Buildings Progress Report
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced nearly $11 billion in energy-cost savings by more than 950 public and private sector organizations in DOE’s Better Buildings Initiative. The 2020 Better Buildings Progress Report details partners’ progress in advancing energy productivity and highlights the 20 organizations that achieved their energy efficiency goals in the past year. DOE also recognized partners that met previous challenge goals and have set new goals to achieve even greater energy efficiency.
Partners in the Better Buildings Initiative represent market leaders in nearly every sector, from industrial and commercial to public, education, multifamily, residential, and more. The partnership includes 32 of the country’s Fortune 100 companies and 12 of the top 25 U.S. employers. More than 370 Better Buildings Challenge partners have collectively reported nearly $5 billion in cost savings to date.
Download the report to explore the success of Better Buildings Challenge Partners - and how they got there:
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